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AML Wrestling made their debut in Yadkinville, NC for the NEVER ENOUGH television taping in a Relay for Life fundraiser. Here are the results.
The first two matches of the night were from the Future Stars Of AML Wrestling division. "Lebron James" (the team of Lebron Kozone and James Ryan) beat rookie team Logan Murphy and Elijah Walken when Ryan pinned Walken after a "last call" kick.
In the second dark match, Damien Silva pinned Boss Hogg after a frog splash
In a hot tag team opener, Team Axcellence (Mr. Excellence Brandon Scott and "Country " Axton Ray) beat The Geordie Bulldogs (Sean Denny and Mark Denny) when Brandon Scott pinned Sean Denny after an Excellent Blockbuster. Team Axcellence then challenged the AML Tag Team Champions the Heatseekers to a match at a future AML event.
Manager of the Year for 2015 "The" Tommy Thomas then jumped into the ring as AML ring announcer Tim Blaze introduced his new client "The Regulator" who defeated Raphael King in his debut in February. Tommy announced The Regulator's opponent, who also was masked.
The Regulator destroyed IED in less than five minutes, finishing the seasoned veteran with a Michinoku driver.
Tommy Thomas then addressed AML Wrestling Owner Tracy Myers and General Manager Brian Hawks, saying since the Regulator dispatched his opponent "without breaking a sweat," he offered to have the Regulator wrestle again. That second opponent selected by AML management was "Everybody Knows" Shawn Schultz, who at the time of the match was unbeaten in AML competition.
The Regulator then defeated Shawn Schultz, again with a Michinoku driver. Schultz put up a much better effort but Tommy Thomas's new client was too much for him.
"The Exclamation Point" Steve Anthony bested Damien Wayne after almost 20 minutes of see-saw action, culminating when Anthony cradled Wayne for a three-count with his feet on the ropes. Since referee Jeff Melton didn't see the infraction, Anthony was awarded the pinfall.
WWE Hall of Famer "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan was then presented a Lifetime Achievement Award by AML Owner Tracy Myers.
The Heatseekers (Sigmon and Elliot Russell) battled the Washington Bullets (Jon and Trey Williams) to a time-limit draw.
The fifteen-minute time limit bell rang at the count of two when it looked like the Williams brothers were finally going to win the AML Tag Team championship. The challengers then asked for, with the crowd's help, a five minute extension, which AML management granted.
The Washington Bullets defeated the Heatseekers by Disqualification when Elliot Russell hit Trey Williams with the AML tag team championship belt in full view of AML senior official James Hunter. By rule, the Heatseekers retain the AML tag team titles.
In fatal four-way action, Caprice Coleman bested Jason Kincaid, Cedric Alexander (with Tommy Thomas), and Caleb Konley when Coleman pinned Kincaid after a Sky Splitta. Kincaid had just incapacitated Cedric Alexander with his Grave of the Fireflies finisher but didn't see the former AML Wrestling Champion climbing to the top turnbuckle. Coleman then announced he was coming after "Victoria," his pet name for the AML Wrestling Championship.
When the steel cage was erected for the main event, it was announced that disgraced former AML employee Vordell Walker was brought in by challenger Greek God Papadon to be the special guest referee; Papadon had apparently had his legal team insert this clause into the match contract. King Shane had to contend with Vordell Walker's biased refereeing; at one point Walker flatly refused to count pinfalls for Williams while several near falls by Papadon were fast-counted. Ultimately Walker was inadvertently knocked silly and outside referee Jeff Melton took over and King Shane was able to get a clean pinfall after a piledriver. King Shane Williams is STILL the AML Wrestling Champion.
America's Most Liked Wrestling will return to Winston Salem on April 23 at St. John's Lutheran School for LIVE TO WIN. Stay tuned to AMLwrestling.com and our Facebook page for match announcements and updates.
Page Updated Last on: Apr 16, 2016